In this seven-minute podcast, you’ll hear about some new stats that show the growth of podcasting, at least in the U.S. I also share some blog posts I’ve come across this week about the “myth” of nonverbal communications.
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Here are the show notes:
00:01 Intro and welcome
01:00 New stats about podcasting from Edison Research
02:35 Surprise! What we’ve been hearing about nonverbal communications for 40 years may not be true. Refer to the blog posts from Olivia Mitchell and Max Atkinson about the Mehrabian myth. Be sure to check out the cartoon that accompanies Max’s blog post.
04:30 What this might mean for podcasters; the value of vocal inflection, tone, etc., in conveying meaning and emotion
05:25 Heading to the IABC World Conference in San Francisco next week.
06:20 Where to send comments: email to Donna AT Trafcom DOT com, call the comment line at 212-624-0209 or post a message to the Trafcom News Podcast blog